The first month of 2019 is over and, I don’t know about you, but it has been one of my least successful blogging and reading months to date. I’m not sure if it was the abnormally cold weather or the gloom I usually get at the start of a new year but I just didn’t have the mojo. Let’s take a look back at what little happened here at Literary Weaponry over the past month.Continue reading
July is a busy month in the bookish community. This past month we have seen both the San Diego Comic Con that featured authors such as Victoria Schwab. Then there was the Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) in London where, I’m told, Jason Momoa meandered through with waves and smiles sending everyone’s cameras flashing. Now, as I live in the middle of nowhere, USA I went to neither of these but I loved seeing everyone’s posts about them. One of these years, folks. One of these years… Continue reading
With the year half over, I’m feeling a little melancholy. I started the year with a list of goals and aspirations and just don’t feel like I’m making enough progress. Here is to the second half of the year and greater productivity and positivity.
In the meantime, I have read far more books this year so far than I had expected to. Initially, my Goodreads goal was set at 35 which I surpassed so I bumped it up to 45. Currently, I am at 40 books completed and will most likely bump up my Goodreads goals again. Either way, this is what Literary Weaponry was up to in June!
Welcome to Literary Weaponry’s May Wrap Up! I got far more reading done this month than I expected to which was a bit of a surprise and was lucky enough to discover an author that I now love. I, like most of you I’m sure, am shocked that 2018 is already nearly half over. How did that even happen? However, on a more bloggish note, here is what went down on LW in May. Continue reading
Hello Spring! I cannot explain how happy I was when the last of the snow finally melted and I could pull my flip flops out from the back of the closet. That reminds me that I need to paint my toes a properly springy color. I have a neon green that would be just the thing.
I didn’t do a March wrap up because at the beginning of April I went on a multiple week hiatus so I’m going to combine both March and April for this wrap up. I expect it may get a little long… Continue reading
Ah, February. The Tuesday of months. When the year has just started and you aren’t entirely sure how it is going yet and it never stops raining. I intensely dislike February. It is also tax season which just gives you that mild panic feeling in the pit of your stomach for no good reason. February can bugger off. Outside of my personal feelings towards it, I found myself in a bit of a reading slump this month so I did not have nearly as many reviews as usual. Here are the posts that Did find their way onto the blog this month.
I’ve noticed many people talking about how long January seemed to them. I must have missed that boat because for me it was another month that went flying by at the speed of sound. However, I did get a lot of reading and reading related things done over the past month. Lets take a look back at January 2018 here on Literary Weaponry. Continue reading